It’s in Hood County and WFAA has the news
CLEBURNE, Texas – Three people were killed and several others injured after a natural gas line in north Texas erupted Monday, spewing a massive flames into the air, officials said.
Cleburne City Manager Chester Nolen told The Associated Press that at least three people died “and there could be more.” An unknown number of people remain unaccounted for, he said.
The heat was “unbearable,” even 300 yards from the flames, Nolen said. A column of gray smoke was visible miles away.
People! 1000 foot setback is NOT enough!
Officials: No fatalities confirmed in Johnson County gas line explosion
By TANYA EISERER / The Dallas Morning News
Enterprise Products is the operator. They are out of Houston.
“It normally would be [marked],” Snow said of the gas line. “How this happened, we do not know. We will have investigators that will be checking into it to find out exactly … If all the steps were followed prior to digging.”
From the comments:
Look at page 4 of this report:
The campers were fatally burned here, yet they were about 700 feet from that gas pipeline rupture!